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Day: April 26, 2018

There are now 17 million bitcoins in existence — only 4 million left to ‘mine’

More than 80 percent of the bitcoins that will ever exist have now been created. The 17 millionth bitcoin was “mined” Thursday, according to data from Blockchain.info, more than a year since the number of coins topped 16 million. But only 21 million bitcoins will ever exist, according to the design of the cryptocurrency’s anonymous …

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Waste not, want not: BAML recycles parts to build new treasurer tool

The quickest solution is often to use what you already have. Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has taken that to heart with the development of its new Liquidity Express tool, which combines aspects of three existing services to help corporate treasurers in a new way. To create it, the bank used parts of its …

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With debt at $21 trillion and growing, ratings agencies still give US highest marks

The $21 trillion debt the U.S. has amassed on its balance sheet isn’t weighing on the minds of credit rating agencies. Moody’s and Fitch in recent days have reaffirmed the nation’s top-notch credit standing, reasoning that even with the massive pile of IOUs, the nation has sufficient resources to keep its standing. “The affirmation of …

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Euro breaks down after reassessing ECB Draghi, where next?

We’re pointed out in the quick comment updates that there was no follow through buying in Euro despite the rebound attempt. That rebound was initially triggered by ECB President Mario Draghi’s introductory statement that talked about the “solid and broad-based expansion” despite weaker than expected data. However, there was a long of cautious tones in …

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FX: Tech focus shifts to horde of untapped trade data

There are many reasons why markets become fragmented.  For example, regional banks have seen an opportunity to differentiate themselves from larger competitors by specializing by region or even by currency. Institutions that can develop deep knowledge in particular areas can compete against global banks by delivering high-quality execution. Jerry Norton, CGI Technology has helped by …

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American Express closer to breaking into elusive Chinese market, report says

American Express is closer to becoming the first U.S. card network to offer services in China, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The People’s Bank of China has accepted the New York-based credit card company’s application to clear and settle bank card transactions in China, the Journal said, citing an American Express spokesperson and confirmation …

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Euro Holding on to 1.2154 against Dollar on Cautiously Upbeat ECB Draghi, Dollar Weakens as Yields Retreat

Euro recovers against Dollar after ECB president Mario Draghi tried to play down concerns over recent weak Eurozone data. But his usual cautiousness is so far capping Euro buying. On the other hand, Dollar’s rally also loses some steam, in particular against Yen as 10 year yield dips back below 3% handle. Despite upbeat job …

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US weekly jobless claims fall to the lowest level since 1969

New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped to their lowest level in more than 48 years last week, suggesting that March’s slowdown in job growth was probably temporary. ous week. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 24,000 to a seasonally adjusted 209,000 for the week ended April 21, the lowest level since December 1969, …

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